Envy can be my kryptonite.
Things can appear to be going extremely well in every aspect of my personal and professional life.
However, just as I start to gratefully enjoy my good fortune, I notice something in my peripheral vision.
Someone has once again achieved a lofty career recognition, bought a lake house, or dropped their kid off at Harvard.
And, the next thing you know, that sinking feeling of inadequacy settles in…
When this happens to you, remember these words from Theodore Roosevelt – “Comparison is the thief of all joy.”
Your goal is to become the best possible version of yourself – nothing else.
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